Arts and Sciences Degree/A.A.

The criminology major focuses on the social roots and implications of criminal behavior and the operation of the criminal justice system.  Students learn to apply the theoretical and methodological tools of sociology to make sense of crime and social control in modern society, while selecting from a variety of substantive course topics. 

Career Opportunities: The holistic societal perspective prepares graduates to pursue a broad range of careers such as policing, security, corrections, law, social services, and business.  The major also prepares students for graduate studies in the social sciences in pursuit of academic or applied research careers or for professional training in law, public administration, social work, and related fields.

Degree Requirements : An Arts and Science AA degree in Criminology requires 60 credit hours of coursework.

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